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LAKE WORTH (CBSMiami) – In song, pictures and words, a church community gathered Wednesday at Lake Worth High School to remember Banny Galicia, the 21-year-old woman killed when a plane landed on her mobile home on Tuesday.

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Those who knew her said Banny was special.

“My heart hurts really bad,” said friend Yaiza Velez. “She was a really great person. She was smart, she was funny and she was a really caring person.”

Banny’s sister, Juri, said there is no way to prepare for the loss of a loved one especially when it is so unexpected and random.

“It’s hard to imagine that scene and relive it in your mind and think that the plane crashed on top of her,” she said.

She said her sister truly stood out, and that despite her pain she is grateful for the deep bond they shared.

“I want to thank God because I have peace in my heart,” she said. “My relationship with her was beautiful. If I needed her, she was there for me.”

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Banny’s church friends described her as a leader for the church youth. They said her death is heartbreaking.

“The pain is indescribable,” said Neidy Vasquez. “When I saw the news I thought, “Oh my God! This is not real.'”

“We love her so much and we’re always going to keep her inside of us,” said Joselyn Escalante.

On Wednesday the FAA and the NTSB took the first steps to determining why this plane crashed. But those answers will do little to heal the pain and grief felt by this community.

“I just want to let go of the pain that I feel from her dying and hopefully provide comfort to really close friends of hers,” said Velez.

Also killed was the pilot, Dan Shalloway, a beloved father and husband.

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The company issued a statement which reads in part, “Everyone at machine gun America is deeply saddened by the tragic events That took the life of our co-founder Dan Shalloway.  Dan loved to fly was an engineer by trade actively involved in politics and passionate about his community. Our utmost sympathy is expressed for his wife Lisa, his daughter Gina, and his son Erik.”